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Truth (Robben Ford album)

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Studio album by
ReleasedAugust 7, 2007
RecordedDecember 2006 – January 2007
ProducerRobben Ford
Robben Ford chronology
Keep on Running
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Truth is an album by guitarist Robben Ford, notable for a well-received cover of Paul Simon's 1971 song "One Man's Ceiling is Another Man's Floor." "Riley B. King" is a homage to B.B. King.

Truth was nominated for the 2008 Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Blues Album[1] and in August 2007 it became the number one blues album on the Billboard chart.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Lateral Climb" (Robben Ford) 4:19
  2. "How Deep in the Blues (Do You Want To Go)" (Gary Nicholson, Robben Ford) 4:18
  3. "Nobody's Fault But Mine" (Otis Redding) 3:12
  4. "Riley B. King" (Kevin Moore, Robben Ford) 6:16
  5. "You're Gonna Need a Friend" (Anne Kerry Ford, Robben Ford) 5:44
  6. "One Man's Ceiling is Another Man's Floor" (Paul Simon) 4:37
  7. "Too Much" (Gabriel Ford) 4:13
  8. "Peace on My Mind" (Robben Ford) 6:01
  9. "There'll Never Be Another You" (Robben Ford) 5:15
  10. "River of Soul" (Danny Flowers, Robben Ford) 6:18
  11. "Moonchild Blues" (Robben Ford) 5:41



  1. ^ White, Jim (February 11, 2008). "Blues Awards: Grammys". Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Retrieved 2011-06-01.